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Therapeutic, Healing, Bodywork and Cranial Sacral with Anna Cherekovsky

Therapeutic, Healing, Bodywork and Cranial Sacral with Anna Cherekovsky

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Anna trains with the Upledger and Barral Institutes and has completed classes in CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Listening Techniques, SomatoEmotional Release, Visceral Applications for Pediatrics, Concussion Recovery, and Advanced Visceral Manipulation: The Brain, and is studying myofascial release (Tom Myers - Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function), and lymphatic drainage (Bruno Chikly, DO).

Anna offers treatments in Los Angeles for all ages, including infants.

What are Acupressure, Structural Alignment, CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation?

Acupressure is based on acupuncture, an ancient traditional Chinese method of healing, that stimulates points and specific flows of energy (called meridians) with very fine needles. Acupressure, however, is a hands-on form of bodywork that uses finger pressure to stimulate the same points and meridians, thereby balancing and healing the body.

Structural Alignment, CranioSacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation are manual therapies stemming from osteopathy.  Osteopathy is a form of treatment that is based on 3 principles: that there is unity between the body, mind, and spirit;  that the body is capable of self-healing, regulation, and maintenance; and that structure and function of the body are reciprocally interrelated. 

Structural Alignment work is based on the principle that when the joints in the body are in their proper alignment, the muscles, nerves and organs related to those joints relax and perform more effectively.

CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle form of bodywork that detects and corrects imbalances and restrictions in the CranioSacral system (the head, spine and sacrum) encouraging the body’s natural healing mechanisms to dissipate negative effects of stress on the central nervous system.

Visceral Manipulation addresses the connections between the visceral organs and how they move independently, and in relationship to one another.

The blend of these modalities of bodywork optimizes body function and is appropriate for newborns to the elderly, addressing rehabilitation of new and old injuries (including dance and sports injuries), recuperation after surgery or dental work, headaches, and for the treatment of TMJ syndrome, chronic pain, prenatal and postpartum issues, traumatic birth, and colic.

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